Tag Archives: Hope

Going Deeper: And There Was War Again – 1 Samuel 19:8-17

The conflict between Saul and David is tragic, and yet a clear example of how most of our problems are preventable. Sins and foolishness are often to blame for the pain and suffering in the world. Saul’s unrestrained envy and fear destroy him and his family, while David’s faithfulness in spite of repeated betrayal is […]

Articles of Faith: Foreknowledge

What does God know?  A better question might be, what doesn’t God know?  Regardless, the answer both questions comes to the same conclusion.  God knows all things.  In fact, God knows all things so thoroughly that there is nothing left to probability for the divine mind.  However, does this absolute knowledge mean determinism or is […]

Commandments of Jesus, Part III – Mark 5:36

Who doesn’t want comfort?  Continuing on from last week’s study of Christ’s command to follow Him, we now address the need to stamp down our fears and believe in Him.  In order for us to follow Him, we must also believe and trust Him with our lives. There will be no Bible Study meeting this […]

The Parable of the Two Debtors, October 17th

It’s time for our weekly Bible Study!  This week we will discuss the so called Parable of the Two Debtors.  This parable shows us just where we are before our Lord, debtors great and small.  Join tonight us or follow along with the lesson as we explore this and related passages as we seek to go […]

The Seven Churches of Asia – Lesson 2

Lesson 2 – Ephesus Lesson 2 Handout Wednesday, May 3rd, we will cover the second lesson in this study on the letters to the Seven Churches of Asia.  The first church addressed by our Lord is to the church of Ephesus.  This once rich city was a center of commerce and Greek culture with a huge temple to the […]

The Seven Churches of Asia – Lesson 1

Lesson 1 – Introduction & Overview Lesson 1 Handout Tonight we will cover the first lesson in a new study series on the letters to the Seven Churches of Asia as recorded in the first three chapters of Revelation.  This critical study delves into the strengths and weaknesses of these first century congregations and how […]